Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Navy Yard’

Sci-Phi: Isaac Asimov’s West Philly Years

Sci-Phi: Isaac Asimov’s West Philly Years

July 18, 2014  |  Vantage

He's not often thought of as a Philadelphia writer, but Isaac Asimov, one of the towering figures of science fiction spent three years during World War II working at the Navy Yard and living in West Philly. Bart Everts has the story > more

Begin The Begin

Begin The Begin

January 4, 2013  |  Possible City

Is this the year for inventive and elevating art and architecture? Nathaniel Popkin finds a sign in a Mummers Parade breakthrough > more

One Place, Six Photographers

One Place, Six Photographers

December 20, 2012  |  Last Light

Our photo workshop in November produced some stunning images, which isn't surprising, since several regular contributors to the Daily were on hand and the locations were particularly evocative. This definitely isn't student work! > more

A Knockout Season Of Tours And Events

A Knockout Season Of Tours And Events

October 19, 2012  |  Events, Vantage

We've got a heck of a lineup on tap: an urban exploration photo workshop at the Navy Yard, a bike tour of shuttered schools, a voyage of discovery to Camden, and a birthday party for the late, great Philly architect Frank Furness > more